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Sweetness Puns, On The House

Starting at 1 pm today, and ending at some indeterminate future time we hope never comes, Nightline will be passing out free baked goods in Butler to—wait for it—make your reading week a little bit sweeter.

In all seriousness though, remember that Nightline (212-854-7777) will be open every night from 10 pm until 3 am.




Wishful interpretation of baked goods via Wikimedia Commons

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Real talk: I’ve called Nightline twice, and found it really helpful. I was really unsure about it before I did, but would recommend it to everyone.

  • So where are they? says:

    @So where are they? Are they randomly passing them out roaming the halls, or is there a set up location?

    And p.s. I don’t care who you are, but if there is pan dulce, I will love you forever.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous really recommend calling nightline! the students who answer can really help you get through those nights

  • Doughnuts says:

    @Doughnuts are fried, not baked…

    1. Gordon Ramsey says:

      @Gordon Ramsey Ever heard of cake doughnuts?

      1. Yes! says:

        @Yes! I don’t happen to like them very much. But they, too, are fried, believe it or not (*gasp*). When someone sells you a baked doughnut, it is usually clearly identified as such.

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